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Araknis Networks® 510-series Indoor Wireless Access Point

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Deliver higher speed on more devices than ever before with the Araknis Networks® 510-series Wave 2 AC 1300 Indoor Wireless Access Point. The latest Wave 2 AC technology permits more devices to talk to the access point simultaneously, making it perfect for high-density networks with multiple wireless clients.

Araknis Networks® 510-series Indoor Wireless Access Point

Deliver higher speed on more devices than ever before with the Araknis Networks® 510-series Wave 2 AC 1300 Indoor Wireless Access Point. The latest Wave 2 AC technology permits more devices to talk to the access point simultaneously, making it perfect for high-density networks with multiple wireless clients. With 2x2:2 Wave 2 Wireless AC antenna, this WAP delivers a reliable connection with speed up to 1300Mbps. A stylish round design makes for easy mounting and a modern look. Beyond its shape, it fits flush against the wall or ceiling, and the LED is hidden inside, making for a gentle, diffuse light.

Dual Band

Indoor

Embedded Antenna

PoE

OvrC Enabled

Wave 2 Wireless

Wi-Fi AC 1300 Mbps


OvrC is your remote on-call technician, a free cloud-control app that makes installs a breeze and helps eliminate truck rolls. Plus, a convenient, end-user app allows your customers to fix small problems on their own, reducing calls and making your life easier.

Learn More About Araknis + OvrC >>

Wave 2 AC

Install the latest technology with the next iteration of Wi-Fi AC. Wave 2 AC permits multiple users to talk to the access point simultaneously (MU-MIMO) and allows the access point to handle more communication, producing less congestion on the network and offering support for higher throughput. This feature makes the Araknis 510-Series WAP perfect for high-density networks that need to handle more wireless devices.

Stylish Round Design

We heard your requests for a round access point, and we’ve delivered. The 510-Series boasts a sleek form factor that blends in wherever it’s placed. You can mix and match with the 500-Series square WAPs to suit any customer’s aesthetic preferences. We even created a unique installation method that allows for easy slotting.

Powerful Performance

With 2.4 and 5GHz radio signals running concurrently, you have more availability for traffic and less chance for a frustrating, slow connection. With 2x2:2 Wave 2 AC antenna, your clients will get a reliable connection and incredible speed up to 1300Mbps aggregate. With so much speed and power at the ready, these WAPs handle 4K streaming and multiple HD displays with ease.

Beamforming

As part of the 802.11ac standard, chipset-based beamforming automatically directs the wireless signal toward heavily used clients, maximizing signal strength and minimizing side noise on every device.

PoE Powered

You don’t need to run extra wiring to power this WAP. Simply plug in your existing category cable by utilizing the 802.3at standard, and you’ll be powered up and ready to go.

Fast Roaming Capability

Fast Roaming allows for a quick and seamless transition between multiple wireless access points. The location-based triangulation helps determine the closest and strongest AP, then automatically connects your device.

Complete Wi-Fi Management

With Araknis and OvrC, your customers can easily manage their wireless devices. Easy-to-set up user profiles allow users to schedule and restrict Wi-Fi access as they see fit. And unlike competitors who require a separate box or third-party service, OvrC uses the native capabilities of the WAP, so you get full control and flexibility. Learn more about Wi-Fi management >>

Discreet & Elegant

The low-profile design of the 510-Series makes this a WAP you’ll be proud to show off to your customers. This WAP fits flush with the ceiling or wall so you can’t see the mounting plate. The blue LED is embedded within the access point, making for a diffused light that doesn’t draw your customer’s eyes.

Additional Ports

The 510-Series WAP has two ports, giving you a network out port directly at the site, like behind a TV or junction box.

Araknis Networks® now has a complete solution.

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Specs
Specifications
AN-510-AP-I-AC
7.25' X 1.53"
0.9 lbs
2x2
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wave 2
2
PoE 802.3af Compliant PSE
Power On: 2.79W
Full Load (Without USB 2.0): 6.8W
Full Load (with USB 2.0): 9.8W
Embedded Antenna, Omni-Directional
Refer to the MCS Table
Refer to the MCS Table
2x2:2 MU-MIMO
Up to 400Mbps @ 2.4GHz
Up to 867Mbps @ 5GHz
2.4 GHz & 5 GHz
Yes (20 MHz, 40 MHz, and 80MHz)
25dBm @ 2.4GHz
26dBm @ 5GHz
Auto Channel Selection
Operation Modes: Access Point, Repeater
Multiple SSIDs: up to 8 per radio
Wireless Security: WPA2-PSK (AES + TKIP), WPA-Enterprise
MAC Address Filtering
Hide SSID
Guest Network
Beamforming
Yes, 802.1Q
Yes, WME 802.11e
Yes
Yes
Yes, 802.1d
Web Management
Telnet
SNMP v1, v2c, v3
DHCP Client
System Log
Bonjour
UPnP
Remote Config Flie Download/Upload
OvrC Services
Wi-Fi Scheduler
Site Survey
LED Control
Auto Reboot
12V 2A DC
32-122°F
-4-140°F
90% or less
CE, FCC, IC, Wi-Fi
 
Diameter
Weight
Antenna
Wireless Mode(s)
RJ-45 1000BASE-T Ports
PoE Features
PoE Consumption
Antennas
Transmit Power
Receiver Sensitivity
Antenna MIMO
PHY Data Rate
Operating Frequencies
Channel Bonding
Max TX Power
Wireless Features
VLAN Features
QoS Features
RJ45 Auto Sensing
RJ45 Auto Negotiation
Spanning Tree
Management Features
Line Voltage
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Certifications
Support
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FAQ

Features & Support

  • Why do the X10 APs not have band steering?
    Actually our team does plan on rolling out an advanced band-steering in the near future!

    However, in the meanwhile, we have removed our old implementation of band steering from the device to improve the overall stability and interoperability of installs. This is in light of a growing IoT market with more and more client devices choosing their wireless band rather than responding to the AP.

    When we release it, our advanced band steering implementation will dynamically adjust for the evolving market.
  • Does fast roaming work between Legacy APs(500/700) and the new X10 APs?
    Yes! We are happy to report that fast roaming when enabled should work seamlessly between models.
  • Setup & Installation

  • Why can't I access the WAP from the default configuration address? (config.an-100-ap-i-n.wap, config.an-300-ap-i-n.wap, config.an-500-ap-i-ac.wap, or config.an-700-ap-i-ac.wap)
    Check the following things to make sure you are ready for EZ Access:

    1. Disconnect any network cables from your computer.

    2. Make sure your wireless NIC is set to DHCP mode and has an address on the same subnet as your WAP.

    3. Check to be sure the network router has an active DHCP server to give your WAP a new IP address.

    4. Connect your computer to the SSID araknis_initial and log in to the GUI by typing config.an-100-ap-i-n.wap, config.an-300-ap-i-n.wap, config.an-500-ap-i-ac.wap, or config.an-700-ap-i-ac.wap into the URL bar.
  • Why can't I access the WAP from the default configuration address? (config.an-510-ap-i-ac.wap, config.an-810-ap-i-ac.wap)
    Our team decided during the development process to remove this feature as other access methods are both widely available and more secure than this particular method.

    For this reason – please refer to the Quick Start Guide for the standard methods of access (OvrC, DHCP/Static Address).
  • How do I remove the cable bay door once the AP is fully installed?
    Good question! Actually, the cable bay door slides off with the unit when you remove it from the bracket. To ensure it doesn’t jettison too quickly – lightly place a hand/finger against the bay door while removing the AP.
  • Why are CAT5 jumper cables included in package?
    These are to ensure ease of install when dealing with thicker gauge cabling, such as CAT6A. Please refer to the QSG for when to use the jumper cables.
  • Should band-steering be used on installs involving both Legacy and X10 APs?
    While technically this can still work, we recommend disabling band-steering across the site when using these two generations of APs together.
  • Is my WAP OvrC-ready out of the box?
    Yes, but we recommend checking for new firmware on OvrC at the beginning of every installation to guarantee that you get all the latest features.
  • There are several MAC addresses visible in my WAP interface. Which one do I use to add it to OvrC?
    Use the “Eth MAC" Address, and not the “2.4G MAC” or “5G MAC”
  • What WAP models are OvrC-supported?
    OvrC supports the 100, 300, 500, 700 and X10 series Araknis Access Points (AN-100-AP-I-N, AN-300-AP-I-N, AN-500-AP-I-AC, AN-700-AP-I-AC, AN-510-AP-I-AC and AN-810-AP-I-AC)

2-Year Limited Warranty

Araknis Networks® products have a 2-Year Limited Warranty. This warranty includes parts and labor repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal conditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products which have been abused, modified, or disassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to SnapAV or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return authorization number (RA).

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